China women's national gymnastics team

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China women's national gymnastics team
Continental unionAsian Gymnastics Union
National federationChinese Gymnastics Association
Olympic Games
Appearances8
Medals Gold medal.svg Gold: 2008
Bronze medal.svg Bronze: 1984, 2016
World Championships
Appearances16
Medals Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold: 2006
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver: 1995, 2007, 2014, 2015
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze: 1989, 1997, 2010, 2011, 2018
Junior World Championships
Appearances Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver: 2019

The China women's national artistic gymnastics team represents China in FIG international competitions.

Contents

History

China has participated in the Olympic Games women's team competition eight times. It has won two medals, including the gold medal in 2008. [1] The team has also won seven medals at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, including the gold medal in 2006.

Current senior roster

Team competition results

Olympic Games

World Championships

  1. China originally placed third, but it was discovered in 2008 that Chinese officials falsified the age of team member Dong Fangxiao; the team was officially disqualified in March 2012, with the bronze medals awarded to Ukraine, and Dong's results from this competition and the 2000 Olympics were struck from the records. [2]

Junior World Championships

Most decorated gymnasts

This list includes all Chinese female artistic gymnasts who have won at least four medals at the Olympic Games and the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships combined.

RankGymnastYearsTeamAA VT UB BB FX Olympic Total World TotalTotal
1 Cheng Fei 2005–2008 Gold medal olympic.svg 2008
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2006
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2007
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2008
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2005
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2006
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2007
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2008 Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2006 369
2 He Kexin 2008–2012 Gold medal olympic.svg 2008
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Gold medal olympic.svg 2008
Silver medal olympic.svg 2012
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2009
336
3 Sui Lu 2009–2012 Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Silver medal olympic.svg 2012
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2009
156
4 Yang Yilin 2007–2010 Gold medal olympic.svg 2008
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2007
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2008 Bronze medal olympic.svg 2008
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2007
336
5 Deng Linlin 2008–2012 Gold medal olympic.svg 2008
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Gold medal olympic.svg 2012
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2009
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2010
235
6 Ma Yanhong 1979–1984 Bronze medal olympic.svg 1984
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1981
Gold medal olympic.svg 1984
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1979
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1981
235
7 Mo Huilan 1995–1997 Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1995
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1997
Silver medal olympic.svg 1996 Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1995 Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1995 145
8 Jiang Yuyuan 2007–2011 Gold medal olympic.svg 2008
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2007
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2010
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2010 145
Yao Jinnan 2011–2014 Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2014
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2011
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 2011 Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2014 Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2011 055
10 Liu Xuan 1995–2000 Silver medal world centered-2.svg 1995
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1997
Bronze medal olympic.svg 2000 Gold medal olympic.svg 2000
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg 1996
235
11 Fan Yilin 2015–2017 Bronze medal olympic.svg 2016
Silver medal world centered-2.svg 2015
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2015
Gold medal world centered-2.svg 2017
134

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